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Permian natural gas pipeline on hold, market struggles amid COVID-19 | Current-Argus

A natural gas pipeline that would have connected producers in the Permian Basin with export and refinery markets in the Gulf Coast was halted as the fossil fuel industry struggles amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic led to several states and countries enacting travel bans and other business restrictions intended to slow the spread of […]

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Biden: ‘I would transition from the oil industry’ | TheHill

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden pledged to transition away from fossil fuels Thursday night while defending a climate plan that does not ban fracking. Biden has faced repeated attacks on fracking from President Trump as focus increasingly shifts to Pennsylvania, a crucial battleground state where the drilling method is used.  Biden’s climate plan does not […]

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AG Jennings announces suit to hold Exxon, American Petroleum Institute, 29 others accountable for climate change costs – State of Delaware News

Claims include Negligent Failure to Warn, Trespass, Nuisance and Consumer Fraud Act violations Attorney General Kathy Jennings announced Thursday that Delaware is suing 31 fossil fuel companies on behalf of the state’s residents and businesses to hold them accountable for decades of deception about the role their products play in causing climate change, the harm […]

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The Unconventional Happened | DUG Midcontinent 2020 goes Virtual

Join us! We are so excited to cover this event! It’s the first time ever that you can attend #DUGmidcon from any physical location via the internet! Don’t miss this! We just got word that over 500 Oil & Gas Professionals have already registered for the virtual conference! Also, thanks to the fantastic sponsors, Hart […]

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Massachusetts AG Files Amended Complaint, Drops Claim Featured in Failed New York Attorney General Case | Energy in Depth

Massachusetts AG Files Amended Complaint, Drops Claim Featured in Failed New York Attorney General Case — Read on eidclimate.org/massachusetts-ag-files-amended-complaint-drops-claim-featured-in-failed-new-york-attorney-general-case/

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In an energy-hungry world, natural gas gaining the most – Axios

Natural gas was the fastest-growing energy source in the world last year — when global energy consumption rose at its fastest pace in nearly a decade, according to a new International Energy Agency report. Driving the news: Natural gas accounted for 45% of all energy consumption growth in 2018. Most regions and many industries, including the […]

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Energy secretary: US aims to making fossil fuels cleaner

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Trump administration is committed to making fossil fuels cleaner rather than imposing “draconian” regulations on coal and oil, U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry said… — Read on apnews.com/491888c04e3244d4a4e473e7978f47cc

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West Coast military installations eyed for US fuel exports

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — The Trump administration is considering using West Coast military installations or other federal properties to open the way for more U.S. fossil fuel exports to Asia in the name of national security and despite opposition from coastal states. The proposal was described to The Associated Press by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke […]

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Colorado to vote in November on proposal to toughen oil drilling rules | Reuters

(Reuters) – A Colorado ballot initiative that would sharply increase the required distance between new oil wells and populated areas will go before voters in November, Colorado officials said on Wednesday. The proposal, opposed as anti-fracking by oil and gas producers, would require new projects to be at least 2,500 feet (762 m) from buildings, […]

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Fracking, ten years later: Its benefits far outweigh its risks | Washington Examiner

t has been 10 years since the combination of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing technologies reversed the United States’ position from that of energy scarcity to energy abundance. This has changed the economy for the long haul and in the process thrust the term “fracking” into the mainstream American lexicon. During this time, “keep it […]

Read More Fracking, ten years later: Its benefits far outweigh its risks | Washington Examiner